The Bible's Buried Secrets will be airing tonight at 8:00pm on NOVA/PBS (check your local listings) and a bunch of reviews of the show have popped up online.

New York Post-
"The aim of 'The Bible's Buried Secrets' - produced, written and directed by Gary Glassman - was not to debunk the Bible. Instead, the film is an exploration of the ancient, real-life roots of monotheism, a concept that changed the world. The telling of this story, with its implications for the future of all mankind, is one of the most dramatic tales you'll see on television this season."

Biblical Archaeology Review-
"NOVA's two-hour special, 'The Bible's Buried Secrets,' takes viewers on a fascinating quest in search of the origins of the Hebrew Bible, also known as the Old Testament."

"'The Bible's Buried Secrets' really is a spectacular broadcast - a beautiful and sumptuously re-created portrait of the deep past."

Baltimore Sun-
"'The Bible's Buried Secrets' is a detective story driven by a narrative of discovery as powerful as anything you'll find across the prime-time landscape"

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette-
"The PBS series 'NOVA' has produced an engrossing two-hour show about how the Hebrew Bible was written. Aspects of it will intrigue anyone interested in the Bible, but it ultimately overreaches and tries to settle disputed scholarship."

Newark Star-Ledger-
"'The Bible's Buried Secrets' does a magnificent job of answering questions many have never thought to ask. The two-hour special is lush, filled with beautiful photography of Middle Eastern sites, interviews with scholars, re-enactments, art and close-ups of archaeological treasures."